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post #1931 of 10690
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Here's my curve, though I'm still playing with it for max efficiency, my card never goes above 53c during heaven or gaming. rolleyes.gif


Oh wait, are you using a EVGA hybrid kit? If you are, the radiator fan will be running at 100% (roughly 2000 RPM). The fan curve you have will be ckbtrolling the blower so you can just keep that constant at 25%
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Oh wait, are you using a EVGA hybrid kit? If you are, the radiator fan will be running at 100% (roughly 2000 RPM). The fan curve you have will be ckbtrolling the blower so you can just keep that constant at 25%

Yea, I have the fan on the rad hooked up to my cases fan controller, I crank it up to high when gaming, and leave it at low otherwise. thumb.gif

I was just kinda worried about the the vrms overheating.
Edited by alucardis666 - 3/18/17 at 5:57pm
post #1933 of 10690
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Originally Posted by pantsoftime View Post

Are you bypassing power limit on your card?


Not yet but i wish i could wink.gif

For right now best score in 3d mark firestrike ultra was 7684

225+ core 2,126mhz 620+ men 1531 mhz

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18693493?

No crash at 240+ core and 650+ mem but score are less then the one above bc im hitting power limit. i hope for mod bios soon to remove power limit so i can push it further.

I will keep pushing to find the best mem+ core+ for the card

wish me luck biggrin.gif
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I wish.

For right now best score in 3d mark firestrike ultra was 7684

225+ core 2,126mhz 620+ men 1531 mhz

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18693493?

No crash at 240+ core and 650+ mem but score are less then the one above bc im hitting power limit. i hope for mod bios soon to remove power limit so i can push it further.

I will keep pushing to find the best mem+ core+ for the card

wish me luck biggrin.gif

Meanwhile my card can't even do 2075. lol. You lucky dog you. rolleyes.gifthumb.gif
post #1935 of 10690
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Ordered from Nvidia like you did for the same reason. Shipped Friday the 10th. Arrived on Monday 13th. Pretty fast. I live in Québec City. ;-) Now i'm waiting for the waterblock from NCIX ... no ETA yet.


Nice, that is fast shipping.
post #1936 of 10690
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Yea, I have the fan on the rad hooked up to my cases fan controller, I crank it up to high when gaming, and leave it at low otherwise. thumb.gif

I was just kinda worried about the the vrms over heating.

I think VRAM and VRM will be fine since the entire midplate is acting as a heat sync.

Turning the fan up high won't make too much of a difference​ without the use of fins. Unless if you want to place some heatsinks on the midplate biggrin.gif

Thanks, I'm concerned my fans are holding me back. The Noctua NF-F12 only moves 55 CFM. The EVGA fans move 70 CFM. I just bought some new noctu that move 72 CFM so hoping I can lower my temperature below 60C because I'm at 62C right now.

Are you running the scythe fans at 100%?
Edited by SlimJ87D - 3/18/17 at 6:05pm
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Meanwhile my card can't even do 2075. lol. You lucky dog you. rolleyes.gifthumb.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18693977?

7733 score a nice jump thumb.gif
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I think VRAM and VRM will be fine since the entire midplate is acting as a heat sync.

Turning the fan up high won't make too much of a difference​ without the use of fins. Unless if you want to place some heatsinks on the midplate biggrin.gif

Thanks, I'm concerned my fans are holding me back. The Noctua NF-F12 only moves 55 CFM. The EVGA fans move 70 CFM. I just bought some new noctu that move 72 CFM so hoping I can lower my temperature below 60C because I'm at 62C right now.

Are you running the scythe fans at 100%?

Just using one scythe fan pushing hot air through the rad and out the case, not enough room for push-pull, and when gaming I have the fan at 100%, when not gaming it runs at ~40%. thumb.gif
post #1939 of 10690
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Meanwhile my card can't even do 2075. lol. You lucky dog you. rolleyes.gifthumb.gif

Lol, for a card with a base clock of 1480. (Boost 1582).

Most people would be happy to hit 2000 on air. Which I assume you are :-)
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Lol, for a card with a base clock of 1480. (Boost 1582).

Most people would be happy to hit 2000 on air. Which I assume you are :-)

Let's be honest here - Nvidia's stated base and boost numbers are 100% meaningless.
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